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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] Install Cacti on CentOS for Monitoring More information and steps can be found at: Thanks, Bing Video Rating: / 5


  • Charles Muhu 4 years ago

    you don't have permission to access /cacti on this server? how can I resolve this

  • Routh Theany Rith 4 years ago

    hi now i cannot setup pls give me more advice Pls because i cannot download it. 
    …. i really need you help

  • shenzen shen 4 years ago

    plz i have a probleme with my cacti:  my cacti stop drawing graph and when i do :
    [root@localhost conf]#  tail -f /var/log/httpd/error_log 
    it show me:
    [Mon Jun 08 12:50:17 2015] [error] [client ip adress] Directory index forbid            den by Options directive: /var/www/html/
    can u help me to find the probleme thank u

  • Gary Goodger 4 years ago

    MASSIVE help! Thanks for this video

  • Nikhil Hatiskar 4 years ago

    Hie..I did everything till last step with out errors, after that I got an error Forbidden You don't have permission to access /cacti in this server Apeche/2.2.15 (CentOS) Server… please help me with that… SIr…

  • freakmenowthis 4 years ago

    yum.log how did you get that??

  • Eddie Bonifacio Yanguas-Johnson 4 years ago

    After following the steps in the video I go to a browser type http://ipaddress of host/cacti/install and receive Fatal: Cannot connect to MySQL server on localhost.  Please make sure you have specified a valid MySQL database name in 'include/config.php'  the default database is cacti and it was given this name from the played video above.  Please advise?

  • Md.Al-Amin Khan Chowdhury 4 years ago

    Nice One…. Just disable selinux, & [root@CentOS-01 cacti]# php poller.php 

  • charlydaytona 4 years ago

    Hi, thanks for this. I'm a complete newby to Linux type stuff and this really helped me install the Cacti tool.
    I had a forbidden error in Centos 6.2 with Apache 2 and followed these steps to fix which worked really well.

    Thanks again. C

  • Alexey Kiselev 4 years ago

    If you have a Forbidden error, try to disable SELinux – in file "/etc/selinux/config" change value to "SELINUX=disabled" and restart server.

  • Rodrigo Orellana 4 years ago

    Hi, I did verything until Schedule poller to check systems, after that I got an error Forbidden You don't have permission to access /cacti in this server Apeche/2.2.15 (CentOS) Server at Port 80. Any idea how can I solve this ?

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